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Gal Gadot Slams Wonder Woman Critics: 'Breasts... Anyone Can Buy'

WESTWOOD, CA - AUGUST 28:  Actress Gal Gadot attends the premiere of Universal Pictures' 'Riddick' at the Mann Village Theatre on August 28, 2013 in Westwood, California.  (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)
WESTWOOD, CA - AUGUST 28: Actress Gal Gadot attends the premiere of Universal Pictures' 'Riddick' at the Mann Village Theatre on August 28, 2013 in Westwood, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

If you thought Ben Affleck had it bad when news came out that he was cast as the new Batman, then you haven't heard what the new Wonder Woman is going through.

The 28-year-old, who plays the bad-ass Gisele Harrabo in "The Fast & The Furious" franchise, was interviewed on Israeli entertainment show "Good Evening With Gai Pines" where she dismissed comments that she was too thin to play the buxom comic book character.

"I represent the Wonder Woman of the new world," said Gadot. "Breasts ... anyone can buy for 9,000 shekels and everything is fine. By the way, Wonder Woman is Amazonian, and historically accurate Amazonian women actually had only one breast. So, if I'd really go 'by the book' ... it'd be problematic."

When asked whether the beautiful brunette was planning on gaining weight for the role, "The Beautiful Life: TBL" star said, "It’s the physical preparations that I’m starting now. A very serious training regimen – Kung Fu, kickboxing, swords, jujutsu, Brazilian…1,000 and 1 things…I’ll gain body mass."

We know that Gal will make a fantastic Wonder Woman no matter what her body shape (after all, we kinda think that women's bodies in comic books are a bit unrealistic anyway) so we can't wait to see her kick butt!

Isn't she gorgeous?

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